Video ‘Glitch’ Apparently Indicates U.S. Gov’t Covering Up Ray Epps’ Actions on Jan 6

The glitch conveniently hides Ray Epps’ breach.

  • Footage of the January 6, 2021 breach at the U.S. Capitol acquired by The Gateway Pundit appears to have been doctored to cover up Ray Epps’ role in the event and to incriminate the Proud Boys.
  • The video clip is part of the 14,000 hours of Jan 6 that have not been released to the American public.
  • The clip shows “Breach #2” at the Capitol gate, and is the focus of the Proud Boys trial.
  • The video shows a “glitch” right before the breach that conveniently covers Ray Epps and his associates from being the first to be seen breaching the gate, instead making it look like the Proud Boys are to blame for the breach.
  • The Gateway Pundit’s source also sent the news outlet’s media team the original footage of January 6 in which the “glitch” does not occur.
  • Gary McBride of M5 News said the video was “doctored…for sure.”
  • McBride also claimed the original video “did not have the glitch when Ray Epps breached the fence, nor did it have a time and date stamp on it.”
  • “Compare the videos yourself to verify. Somehow the version that appeared in court had a time stamp on it that did not exist in any of the original CCTV footage, as well as some sort of suspicious watermark that is meant to look like a glitch in the video to conveniently cover up the breach by Ray Epps,” McBride explained.
  • In July 2022, a whistleblower revealed that a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had informant infiltrated the Proud Boys and stated that the group did not plan any Jan 6 activity.
  • The informant wrote in a testimonial that the Proud Boys “told people to stop acting like anarchists and leave.”
  • Half an hour after the initial U.S. Capitol breach, the Proud Boys entered the building to “help deescalate Trump supporters and law enforcement.”
  • One Proud Boys member, Nicholas DeCarlo, is to receive four years in prison for writing “Murder the Media” on a wall inside the Capitol building.
  • Ray Epps admitted he orchestrated Jan 6 events, although he has not been charged for any involvement.
  • Epps denied having affiliation with federal officials, although FBI Executive Assistant Director Jill Sanborn neither confirmed nor denied if Epps was part of the FBI.